What is a Shelf Registration?
A shelf registration is the filing and registration with the Securities and Exchange (SEC) for a security offering that is released to the public market incrementally over a period of time (shelf offering).
How Does a Shelf Registration Work?
A shelf registration requires that the company file quarterly and annual reports with the SEC.
Why Does a Shelf Registration Matter?
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